A great experience

When we had seen the room, we quickly got ready to get my girl registered. We went to the Learning Resources Centre to settle a few stuff.


Then we went to the Students' Centre to pay the tuition fees. 


All's done. So we went back to Telford Court. 
Later my girl went for her games and quiz activities 
and I stayed back in her room using her laptop..

But I went to sleep at 9pm UK time. 
Malaysian time was 4am already. 
No wonder I was so sleepy..


Comments

  1. You are in UK? Wow!! How many posts did I miss?

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  2. the building looks very nice, and i was hoping you will have coming posts to show us the campus..

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    1. your girl is so lucky to have you with her to kick off her uni life.. i remember i was all alone with friends and we have to get things settled all by ourselves.. kids nowadays are so lucky.. :)

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    2. oh yeah, paying the tuition fees!! that must be a huge bomb to your bank account right?? hahaha.. anyway, you have prepared that and your girl should leave the uni with a 1st class honour!! :p

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    3. yeah, jetlag!! haha, besides i think you've been running up and down traveling too, that's why you've been so tired.. and did you suffer another round of jetlag when you're back to Ipoh??

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    4. yes, I wanted to make sure everything is fine there so that I feel more at ease.
      jetlag but not so serious..I'm back to normal very soon..

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  3. So good that you can put up in your daughter's room while she attending her other activities.

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    1. It must be so tired to run all errands and you retired to bed at 4am Malaysia time.

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    2. I am sure your girl will remember you accompanying her on her first few days in UK. She will remember this for life.

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    3. yes, guests were allowed only 48 hours at her place. I was not tired but only bored of the flight..

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  4. Your girl is so blessed.. can study overseas.. :)

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  5. hope you have recovered from the jet lag by now

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  6. your girl memang have a ot of energy ya. No problem with time difference

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  7. Learning Resources Centre is it something like a Library cum admin?

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  8. I'm sure your gal is having a great time there.

    That Uni is so big. Got specific centre for them to some extra activities and attending extra classes too.

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    1. Hopefully more updates about your girl over there. Did she called up? msn? sms? You must miss her alot.

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    2. oh, we skype..very convenient time too..

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  9. I wish to go oversea to study too...No chance already...LoL

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  10. Good luck to her



    Aloha from Honolulu,

    Comfort Spiral
    =^..^=

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  11. The building looks well maintained and new. Good la, at least not like ours here.... old and haunted-look-alike. Hahaha!

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    1. Oh, your girl stays at Court G at Telford? Hehehe, she's so happy posing in front of her hostel.

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    2. I asked her if she missed us and she said not yet..

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  12. Your daughter looks really happy. :)

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    1. she's used to be away so no problem for her..

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  13. Your daughter was lucky to have your attention and companion that time. She could settle down quickly with confidence! Good!

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  14. I was alone in US and it was quite tough for me to settle down as I had culture shocks and felt so alone in a strange place then. I realized I came from a less developed country and saw coins coming out of ATM machines! That was in 1992!

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    1. actually it's rather scary if we are alone..

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  15. I was so scared and worried for a few days until I made friends with my Japanese room mate who assured me many things. How I wished my mom was there to protect me! Ha ha ha

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  16. Your daughter will probably never feel home sick but happy in the new place! I never missed home too!

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    1. yes, probably she won't be homesick as we can talk to each other through skype..

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  17. She will definitely enjoy her Uni life. Wah...your sleep seems like went haywire in UK. haha

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